Career Choices

Having a career in technology is a great and meaningful way to help enable business delivery of a variety of opportunities.

Professional Interests & Drive

The industry is constantly changing, available resources are evolving and business opportunities are adapting to customers’ needs. Continuous learning helps professionals learn multiple paths to address issues.  It’s also interesting to see why and how each one could work.

Mentors & Influencers

It’s hard to pick just one, but one who comes to mind was a passionate, great storyteller who pushed you to be a better version of yourself, always insisting on leaning into discomfort and challenging the art of what could be. The lessons were endless, but one of my favorites and most memorable lesson was to stop talking when you have buy-in, regardless of where you are in the pitch.

Mentorship Value

Advancement is so much easier when there is a solid mentor, sponsor or ally to help your professional career journey.

Admired Leaders & Trailblazers

There are so many amazing women, but the earliest leader would have been Grace Hoper and her skill to break the glass ceiling and command leadership. Ruth Bader Ginsburg with her fight for gender equality and the great leader Indra Nooyi with her personalization of discussion and great ability to be an expert listener are two additional of my most admired female leaders.

Advancing Gender Parity

I encourage females in technology to find the spaces that excite them. If it is understanding the problem, solving the problem, or building things – go get it.

Leading the Next Generation

Organization leadership values must include diversity, inclusivity and equity. Organizations should invest to hire, inspire and build the talent, which will come when an investment is put toward the solution.

About Julie Elmore

Julie Elmore is a balanced leader in driving pragmatic transformational strategies and supporting the innovation, ROI, and risk objectives for the organization. Elmore is passionate in collaborative efforts, continually identifying and implementing technology solutions and leading top-performing teams. She has multi-channel experience in delivery across warehouse operations, mobile, RFID, e-commerce, store operations, engineering, employee systems, and building construction. Elmore is self-driven to continually improve her self-awareness and building skills to continue to be a value-added leader. She is also technically astute in building behavior-driven development frameworks, continuous integration and delivery pipelines to provide self-monitored, robust and stable systems supporting business process and enabling future capabilities.

Achievements & Recognition

  • Most Influential Women – Mass Marketers 2021 Top 100 Women in Supply Chain March 2021
  • Top Women in Retail Tech 2020 – Chain Store Age PMI – PMP Certified
  • SIX SIGMA Black Belt
  • Team Performance Certificate – The predictive index

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